Match Clay Tennis Courts

Combining all the benefit of the latest synthetic technology, our Match Clay surfaces have an unique design element and represent the next generation of artificial clay tennis courts.

They are new style clay courts, with lower maintenance than old style courts.

A durable artificial surface (Claytex) is fully adhered to sub base (tarmacadem, asphalt or concrete).

They are filled and topped with red clay terracotta brick dust which has been baked to our specifications and imported for our use. This additional element means that Match Clay responds just like traditional clay, but with the following added benefits.

  • Superior and speedy drainage, allowing for uninterrupted play.
  • Installed for a fraction of the cost of a traditional Clay Court.
  • Easy to maintain – again at a fraction of the cost of maintaining traditional clay surfaces.

clay tennis courtThe installation of Match Clay provides an optimal surface for discerning players who are seeking the true characteristics of clay but without the costs and drawbacks of looking after a real clay tennis court.

The completed courts are tested in accordance with the recommended test methods of the International Tennis Federation.

Outdoor Carpets unique installation process enables players to avoid the perils of rain stopping play. Puddling and surface water is quickly drained away without any damage or alteration to the court surface.

Outdoor artificial clay courts can be in use again within minutes of a major downpour.

Ball bounce and slide on a Match Clay surface replicate the characteristics of playing on traditional clay courts.

Permanent inlaid or heavy duty painted lines are identical in specification to the body of the tennis court, so there are no unexpected or odd bounces.

Outdoor Carpets are a leading supplier of the latest all weather synthetic sports surfaces and artificial clay tennis courts in the UK and Europe. We supply and install synthetic sports surfaces in the following environments:-

  • local councils
  • private sports clubs
  • national sports associations
  • schools
  • sports and leisure centres